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News : Black Majesty reveal new album & first show of 2018 update

By on February 11, 2018

Melbourne’s much-loved power metal kings, Black Majesty, have been busy putting plans together for their upcoming, as of yet untitled seventh studio album. The band is currently tracking drums at Palm Studios in Australia with Estonian born producer and musician, Endel Rivers. Endel Rivers has worked with the band many times before, including the band’s debut album ‘Sands Of Time’ in 2003.

In addition, the new album will be mixed by Roland Grapow at his personal studio, Grapow Studio in Slovakia. If the name Roland Grapow sounds familiar it’s probably due to the fact that Roland was the replacement guitarist for Kai Hansen, when he left pioneering German power metal band, Helloween, soon after the release of the band’s magnum opus, Keeper Of The Seven Keys: Part II. Roland later formed the band Masterplan which is still active today.

While many Black Majesty fans around Australia and the world will have to wait for the new album to be released. Those specifically in Melbourne will have a unique opportunity to see Black Majesty live at an exclusive show in Melbourne on Saturday, 3rd March 2018 at The Evelyn Hotel with special guests Ion Drive and Katana Cartel. Tickets are on sale now via the venue. Click here to secure your tickets.

No doubt more shows will be announced once the new album is on its way, but if you live in Melbourne and have a passion for all things power metal, we highly recommend you check out Black Majesty on Saturday, 3rd March at The Evelyn Hotel. The band will also be posting tour news for their fans in Europe very soon.

To find out more about Black Majesty and their upcoming new album, head to the band’s official Facebook page and website. The band’s latest release ‘Cross Of Thorns’ is out now via Pride & Joy Music.


Anwar is the editor-in-chief of Metal When Anwar isn't busy promoting tours, interviewing bands and reviewing awesome music, he loves to collect metal vinyl and play video games. Follow Metal Obsession on Twitter and Facebook